In September, The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch unveils two new dining concepts as part of its summer remodel: Kitchen West Restaurant and Bar Six40.
Sangria’s Lounge will be completely remodeled and boast communal dining, an open-air kitchen, and updated furnishings. The renovated restaurant will feature a new culinary concept and menu influenced by the Western United States for lunch and dinner, hence, the name Kitchen West Restaurant. The resort’s Executive Chef Rick Dupere will oversee the new culinary restaurant.
In the middle of the current lobby, The Scottsdale Resort will debut a new lobby bar – Bar Six40 – serving as an extension of the restaurant, the perfect gathering place for visitors and locals anytime of the day. Bar Six40 is named after the number of acres of land that Army Chaplain Winfield Scott purchased that would become Scottsdale. The bar will serve local coffee, freshly squeezed juices, and light breakfast options and snacks in the morning and afternoon. Guests will enjoy craft beers and wines on tap with live entertainment during the afternoon and evenings along with delectable bites from the restaurant. New bar seating at the lobby windows overlooking McCormick Ranch Golf Club will provide unparalleled views of the rolling fairways.
After the renovation, Palm Court will offer breakfast, Sunday brunch and host special events, such as holiday brunches. Meeting attendees and groups will enjoy this restaurant for conference dining and events.
To celebrate Arizona Lodging & Tourism Association’s upcoming AZ Wine & Dine, taking place April 13 at Scottsdale Quarter from 5 to 8 p.m., let’s meet some of the fest’s participating chefs. Today, please meet Executive Chef Marcus Seville of Prado at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia.
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